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“Nagyon Jo Magyar Ettel-Great Hungarian Food”
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Coffee Mill's Gourmet To Go
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Dining options: Reservations
Neighbourhood: Midtown
Toronto, Canada
Level 6 Contributor
118 reviews
63 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 48 helpful votes
“Nagyon Jo Magyar Ettel-Great Hungarian Food”
Reviewed 22 February 2014

What a lunch you can have at Coffee Mill, The Hungarian Veal and Nokedli was the best , Veal Paprikass Nokedlival a leg job a mitt lehet enni.

  • Visited February 2014
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Thank viazaviaza
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English first
toronto
Level 5 Contributor
72 reviews
37 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 28 helpful votes
“Coffe Mill-for sure you will see me again!”
Reviewed 31 October 2013

We visited the Mill [even though it had some very negative reviews].And we had NO complaints.The food was served in a very simple way,but it was very tasty!HOMEMADE STUFF!!!The waitress was attentive to a fault.I ordered a Spanish Coffee and it was made to perfection.Some trendy places like to "modernize"speciality coffes and one does not get a sugar-rim nor a cherry.Not at the Mill.It is a comfortable place where on a rainy afternoon I will return and have a Spanish Coffee and Desert!.

  • Visited October 2013
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Thank bebetanne
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Toronto, Canada
Level 3 Contributor
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17 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 16 helpful votes
“European cafe style eating with Authentic Hungarian cuisine”
Reviewed 12 September 2013

As a resident of Toronto for 34 years, this has been a frequent and much loved haunt.

This gem is really the only survivor of the legendary Yorkville of the 60's. That was a time when young performers such as Joni Mitchell, Murray McLauchlan and Sylvia Tyson packed the many coffee houses that graced the neighbourhood.
For those familiar with the original Yorkville before developers' bulldozers had their fun, you may even recognize patrons from years ago, as many of the "hippies", media types, artists and musicians from the 60's are now much older yet still patronize The Coffee Mill.

The Coffee Mill was established by Martha von Heczey in 1963 after she had left Hungary during the uprising, and ever since,The Coffee Mill has served traditional Hungarian food "to die for".
Today, Ms.von Hecsey still supervises daily.

The ambience is genuine and cosy, if a trifle worn, with the interior walls decorated with signed pictures of many celebrity customers. The outdoor cafe is set in a private courtyard away from the traffic and bustle of the present day Yorkville.

The centrepiece of the courtyard is the UNICEF fountain that features a beautiful bronze statue of three young children, believed to have been modelled on the Vietnamese war of the 60's.

The food is unbelievably good. In addition to delectable entrees, The Coffee Mill offers fine pastries and coffees.This is the perfect and safe place for a female visitor who is perhaps travelling alone to pause in her shopping or between meetings to take in coffee and pastries.

For entrees the Gulash soup is truly a meal. However in my opinion the star of the menu is the Veal Paprikash. Worth going out of your way for, although for many visitors this cafe restaurant is only two or three minutes stroll from several major hotels including The Four Seasons, The Hazelton, The InterContinental and The Park Hyatt.

  • Visited April 2013
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lake Tahoe
Level 5 Contributor
92 reviews
46 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 88 helpful votes
“Excellent celebration brunch”
Reviewed 1 September 2013

Tucked away in Torontos upscale Yorkville, this restaurant has been in the same family of Hungarian descent for over fifty years. It has a lovely courtyard filled with flowers and comfortable seating. The food is old world Eastern European. Great coffees, pastries and deserts. The crepes filled with seafood are delicious. Very reasonably priced

  • Visited August 2013
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Thank harrogate46
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Toronto
Level 6 Contributor
415 reviews
303 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 213 helpful votes
“Central Toronto location, good spot to catch up with a friend.”
Reviewed 17 July 2013

Very cozy atmosphere, lots of banquettes,  sat for 2 hrs., no pressure to leave (4:00 so wasn't busy).  Cafe Borgia with chocolate in the espresso and frothy milk was a treat without being too sweet. Classical music in the background.

  • Visited October 2012
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Thank alwaysplanahead
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